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Challenger Earns Its Stripes With New “Hood To Fender” Option

In an effort to give loyal Challenger fans even more of an opportunity to personalize their rides, Dodge is expanding their already sizable list of factory options with the addition of the Red “Hood to Fender” stripe. Available exclusively on Challenger R/T models finished in Brilliant Black or Bright White, the fierce accent is a fitting introduction to the raw, throaty power under the hood.


The new accessory is available for order now from your local Dodge dealership and will…

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Challenger Earns Its Stripes With New “Hood To Fender” Option

Wild Colors Live On… Introducing Furious Fuchsia!

Debuting at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show, Dodge celebrates the memory of one of the wildest OEM paint codes in history and the 40th birthday of the fearsome Challenger with the addition of “Furious Fuchsia” to the ordering sheet. Significantly darker (though no less ostentatious) than the original hue, Furious Fuchsia calls upon the rich – if not short-lived – legacy of Panther Pink combined with innovations in paint technology to create its own unique place…

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Wild Colors Live On… Introducing Furious Fuchsia!

Watch How a Dodge Challenger Is Made

Think of it as the ultimate field trip for grown ups: Peter Carey and a video crew visited Chrysler’s Brampton Assembly Plant in Ontario to get a true behind-the-scenes look at the assembly process for the Dodge Challenger. In this video, he learns that it takes about 24 hours to take a Challenger from framing to the end of the line, with more than 2,400 workers building Chrysler 300s, Dodge Chargers, and Challengers at the plant. Something is going on pretty much everywhere you look at Brampton…

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Watch How a Dodge Challenger Is Made